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  • (1917) Stage: Appeared (Broadway debut) in "Ziegfeld Follies of 1917" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Raymond Hubbell and Dave Stamper. Patriotic finale by Victor Herbert. Book / Lyrics by Gene Buck and George V. Hobart. Musical Direction by Frank Darling. Featuring songs by James F. Hanley, Jack Egan, Jerome Kern, Ring Lardner, Turner Layton (Broadway debut; credited as J. Turner Layton), Les Copeland and Leo Edwards. Featuring songs with lyrics by Ballard MacDonald, Alfred Harriman, Ring Lardner, Henry Creamer, Rennold Wolf and Blanche Merrill. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre: 12 Jun 1917-4 Sep 1917 (111 performances). Cast: Miss Alexander, Miss Allen, Mary Arthur, Don Barclay, Helen Barnes, Miss Barnett, Miss Bowman, Fanny Brice, Betty Browne, Miss Calais, May Carmen, Miss Carr, Claremont Carroll, Walter Catlett, Ethel Delmar, Bernice Dewey, Dorothy Dickson, Rose Dolores, Emily Drange, Marcelle Earle, Miss Eberts, Helen Ellsworth, Madeleine Fairbanks, Marion Fairbanks, Miss Falconer, W.C. Fields, Irving Fisher, Edith Hallor, Fred Heider, Malcolm Hicks, Clay Hill, Freda Hirsch, Hilda Hirsch, Peggy Hopkins, Carl Hyson, Florence Kern, Allyn King, Eleanor Lang, Dorothy Leeds, Doris Lloyd, Gladys Loftus, Cecile Markle, Bruce McKay, Gus Minton, Bessie Nelligan, Peter Ostrander, Miss Palfer, Kathryn Perry, Tom Richards, Will Rogers, Charles Scribner, Margaret St. Clair, Lilyan Tashman, Russell Vokes, Marie Wallace, Miss Walsh, Edythe Whitney, Bert Williams, Miss Worth. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.
  • (1918) Stage: Appeared (as "Performer") in / co-wrote lyrics for "Ziegfeld Follies of 1918" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Louis A. Hirsch and Dave Stamper. Based on material by / Lyrics by Rennold Wolf and Gene Buck. Interpolations by: Irving Berlin and Victor Jacobi. Musical Direction by Frank Darling. Featuring songs with lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva, Arthur Jackson, Harry Ruby, Sidney D. Mitchell and Edgar Leslie. Featuring songs by Buddy G. DeSylva, Arthur Jackson, Harry Ruby, Archie Gottler and Edgar Leslie. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre (moved to the Globe Theatre from 7 Oct 1918-close): 18 Jun 1918-unknown (151 performances). Cast: Marie Ahearn, Miss Allo, Florence Atkinson, Miss Baker, Helen Barnes, Miss Baron, Miss Barrett, Leonard Barton, Miss Bell, Dorothy Betts, John Blue, Miss Blue, Katherine Brady, Alma Braham, Jay Brennan, Frank Carter, Viola Clarens, Lew Cody, Florence Cripps, Mr. Davis, Rose Dolores, Doris Eaton, Sylvia Ellias, Carolyn Erwin, Miss Evans, Madeline Fairbanks, Marion Fairbanks, Miss Farnworth, Gladys Feldman, W.C. Fields, Miss Fiore, Joe Frisco, Pauline Hall, Minnie Harrison, Edith Hawes, Annette Herbert, Mr. Hicks, Clay Hill, Miss. Jordan, Harry Kelly, Allyn King, Charlotte LaGrande, Nancy Larned, Kay Laurell, Dorothy Leeds, Miss Leisy, Helen Lloyd, Lillian Lorraine, Miss Mack, Martha Mansfield, Miss Masso, Miss Mathewes, Lillian McKenzie, Muriel Miles, Miss. D. Miller, Marilyn Miller, Gus Minton, Miss Morton, Irene Nilson, Olive Osborne, Peter Ostrander, Bee Palmer, Ann Pennington, Kathryn Perry, Miss Pompan, Miss Poole, Miss Reed, Miss Reynolds, Dorothy Richardson, Mildred Richardson, Billie Ritchie, Miss Robinson, Will Rogers, Julia Ross, Miles Rubins, Theresa Rubins, Miss Savage, Bert Savoy, Mildred Shelly, Heloise Sheppard, Mr. Smith, Miss Swayne, Miss Taylor, Ruth Taylor, Miss Thropp, Miss Ullman, Lottie Vernon, Mr. Vickers, Agnes Virginia, Marie Wallace, Miss Walsh, Hazel Washburn, Mary Washburn, Martha Wood, Mr. Young, Addison Young, Carol Young, Virginia Young, Gladys Zielian. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.
  • (1919) Stage: Appeared in / co-wrote lyrics for "Ziegfeld Follies of 1919" on Broadway. Musical revue. Sketches by Dave Stamper, Gene Buck and Rennold Wolf. Music / Lyrics: Irving Berlin, Gene Buck, Rennold Wolf, Dave Stamper, Joseph McCarthy and Harry Tierney. Ballet composed by Victor Herbert. Musical Director: Frank Darling. Music orchestrated by Stephen Jones (for Buck and Stamper songs). Featuring songs with lyrics by Joseph Tierney, Joe Young, Sam Lewis, Walter Donaldson, Harry Ruby, Francis DeWitt, Robert Hood Bowers, Nat Vincent and Darle MacBoyle. Featuring songs by Marshall Walker. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre: 16 Jun 1919-6 Dec 1919 (171 performances). Cast: Delyle Alda, John Steel, Gus Van and Joe Schenck [credited as Van and Schenck], Bert Williams, Walter Baker, Margie Bell, Monica Boulais, Alma Braham, George Burggraf, Hubert Butler, Bernard Carples, Jerry Childs, Viola Clarens, William Conrad, Florence Crane, Simone D'Herlys, Peggy Dana, Lois Davison, Bernice Dewey, Bruce Douglas, Fred DuBall, Winnie Dunn, Marcelle Earle, Carolyn Erwin, Joe Evans, Ruth Foster, Betty Francesco, Amy Frank, Gene Garrick, May Graney, Ethel Hallor, Minnie Harrison, Mabel Hastings, Edith Hawes, Mary Hay, Thomas Howard, Margaret Irving, Helen Jesmer, Margaret John, Grace Jones, Edith Kessler, Alta King, Raymond Klages, Lee LaBlanc, Nancy Larned, Kenneth Lawrence, Lucille Levant, Edna Lindsey, Felise Lomont, Jack Lynch, Virginia Lyon, William Mathews, Mauresette, Laura Maverick, Peter McArthur, Beulah McFarland, Lillian McKenzie, Harry Meyers, Betty Morton, Jack Natter, Willie Newsome, George Otis, Corone Paynter, Kathryn Perry, Wesley Pierce, Martha Pierre, Edna Rochelle, Helen Shea, Mildred Shelly, Heloise Sheppard, Eddie Sims, Mildred Sinclair, Peggy Smith, Ruth Taylor, Olive Vaughn, Madeline Wales, Florence Ware, Hazel Washburn, Mary Washburn, Jack Waverly, Fay West, Elsie Westcott, Martha Wood. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.
  • (1920) Stage: Appeared in "Ziegfeld Follies of 1920" on Broadway. Musical revue/spectacle. Music / lyrics by Irving Berlin, Dave Stamper, Gene Buck, Joseph McCarthy, Harry Tierney and Victor Herbert. Musical Direction by Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh, Charles Grant, Stephen Jones and Frank Saddler. Featuring songs with lyrics by James Montgomery, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Gus Van, Joe Schenck, Mac Emery, King Zany, George Fairman, Alex Gerber, Abner Silver, Jack Yellen, Abe Olman, Roger Lewis and Ernie Erdman [earliest Broadway credit]. Tableaux by Ben Ali Haggin. Directed by Edward Royce. New Amsterdam Theatre: 22 Jun 1920-16 Oct 1920 (123 performances). Cast: Delyle Alda, William Blanche, Fanny Brice, Lillian Broderick, Jane Carroll, Juliet Compton, Olive Cornell, Eleanor Dell, Jack Donohue, Ray Dooley, Emily Drange, Doris Eaton, Mary Eaton, W.C. Fields, Edna French, Eva Grady, Bernard Granville, Ethel Hallor, Margaret Irving, Jerome & Herbert, Alta King, Phebe Lee, Gladys Loftus, Jack Mahan, Albertine Marlowe, Beatrice Milner, Moran and Mack, Margaret Morris, Betty Morton, Carl Randall, Jessie Reed, Helen Shea, John Steel, Avonne Taylor, Van and Schenck, Olive Vaughn, Charlotte Wakefield, Florence Ware, Charles Winninger, Addison Young. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..
  • (1920) Stage: Appeared in "Broadway Brevities of 1920" on Broadway. Musical revue. Lyrics by Blair Treynor. Music by Archie Gottler. Sketches by / produced by George LeMaire (also in cast). Additional numbers by Arthur Jackson, George Gershwin, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Irving Caesar and Irving Berlin. Musical Direction by Louis Gress. Music orchestrated by Stephen Jones and Will Vodery. Directed by James C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 29 Sep 1920-18 Dec 1920 (105 performances). Cast: Marcelle Barnes, Kitty Berg, Phyllis Blair, Wilma Bruce, Edward Buzzell (credited as Eddie Buzzell), Ethel Callahan, Delphine Deery, Mercedes Demordant, Jay Dillon, Virginia Dixon, Alma Drange, Alva Fenton, Catharine Flynn, Vera Grosset, Emlee Haddone, Dorothy Hall, Edith Hallor, Ona Hamilton, Alice Haynes, Genevieve Houghton, Renee Hughes, Jan Jarvis, Flora Keene, Florence Kern, Dorothy King, Natalie Kingston, Alexis Kosloff, Helen LeVon, Carol Miller, Peggy Mitchell, Teck Murdock, Patricia Parker, Peggy Parker, Anna Paulson, Estelle Penning, Edith Pollack, Virginia Roche, Ula Sharon, Dorothy Stokes, William Sully, Paul Van Dyke, Hal Van Renssalaer, Norma Waterman, Elsie Westcott, Bert Williams, Beverly Worth, Hilda Wright.
  • (1922) Stage: Appeared in / wrote (w/Harold Atteridge) material for "Make It Snappy" on Broadway. Musical revue. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Music by Jean Schwartz. Additional lyrics by Alfred Bryan and William B. Friedlander. Additional music by William B. Friedlander. Musical Direction by Louis Gress. Music orchestrated by Dell Lampe. Musical Numbers directed by Allan K. Foster. Production Supervised by J.J. Shubert. Directed by James C. Huffman. Winter Garden Theatre: 13 Apr 1922-1 Jul 1922 (96 performances). Cast: Nan Halperin, Salayman Ali, M.T. Bohannon, Cleveland Bronner, Lew Browne, Marie Burke, John Byam, Evelyn Campbell, Carlos and Inez, Nell Carrington, Helen Christie, Molly Christie, Harry Cressey, Betty Dair, Muriel De Forest, Alfred DeLoraine, Rose Devere, Mae Devereaux, The Eight Blue Devils, Flo Evers, Betty Fitch, Lillian Fitzgerald, Elsie Frank, Eva Fuller, Dolly Hackett, Georgie Hale, Lew Hearn, Lebanon Hoffa, Portland Hoffa, Hermose Jose, Marian Joy, Grace Langdon, Mildred Lee, Madeline Levine, Sally Long, Polly Lux, Betty Marshall, Evelyn Martin, Elsie May, Polly Mayer, Dorothy McCarthy, Margaret McCarthy, Peggy Mermont, Gladys Montgomery, J. Harold Murray, Vivien Nolty, Bonna O'Dear, May O'Brien, Joe Opp, Betty Palmer, Cardinal Peaires, Elsa Peterson, Nan Phillips, Chonchita Piquer, Lucille Pryor, Tot Qualters, Queene Queenen, Charlotte Schuette, Ingrid Solfeng, May Sullivan, Margaret Toomay, Marjorie Toomay, Alice Van Ryker, Alice Weaver, Teddy Webb, Vivien West, Margaret Wilson, Vera Zimeleva. Produced by The Winter Garden Company.
  • (1923) Stage: Wrote (w/Ralph Spence) sketches for / appeared in / co-wrote additional music and lyrics for "Ziegfeld Follies of 1923 [Summer Edition]" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Victor Herbert, Louis A. Hirsch and Dave Stamper. Lyrics by Gene Buck. Musical Direction by Oscar Radin. Additional music by Charles Tobias, Jean Schwartz, Ernest Breuer, Walter Donaldson and Turner Layton [credited as J. Turner Layton]. Additional lyrics by Charles Tobias, Chic Johnson, Ole Olsen, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, Henry Creamer and Buddy G. DeSylva. Scenes by Joseph Urban. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre: 25 Jun 1923-15 Sep 1923 (96 performances). Cast: Babs Aitlen, Leonora Baron, Michael Barroy, Clara Beresbach, Emma Beresbach, Nina Byron [Broadway debut], Erla Calame, Betty Carsdale, Dorothy Clarkson, Thelma Connor, Velma Connor, Dolly Daggars, Ethel Dale, Helena D'Algy, Eleanor Dana, Audrey Darrell, Mae Daw, Alma Drange, Marcelle Earle, Mary Eaton, Pearl Eaton, Dolly Evans, Victoria Gale, Ed Gallagher, Joan Gardner, Alexander Gray, Gilda Gray, Ivy Halstead, Netta Hill, May Howard, Ada Hughes, Sonia Ivanoff, Beatrice Jackson, Hazel Jennings, Brooke Johns, Naomi Johnson, Simeon Karavaeff, Kello Brothers, Lily Kimari, Virginia King, Julia Kingsley, Sylvia Kingsley, Teddy Knox, Frank Lambert, Evelyn Law, Mary Lewis, Kitty Littlefield, Jean Lloyd, Martha Lorber, Pansy Maness, Hallie Manning, Irene Marcellus, Ilsa Marvenga, Pauline Mason, Beulah McFarland, Constance McLaughlin, Janet Megrew, Madge Merritt, Hilda Moreno, Polly Nally, Cora Neary, Jimmy Nervo, Al Ochs, Joe Opp, Olive Osborne, Elaine Palmer, Annie Patron, Ann Pennington, Serge Pernikoff, Elsa Peterson, Pearl Prosser, Jesse Reed, Anastasia Reilly, Frances Reveaux, Marion Rich, Addie Rolfe, Nellie Savage, Jack Scott, Gertrude Selden, J.J. Shannon, Al Shean , Marie Shelton, Grant Simpson, Beatrice Singleton, Nellie Smith, Kathryn Stoneburn, Muriel Stryker, The Follies Four, Tiller Girls, Irene Todd, Andrew Tombes, Brandon Tynan, Ruth Urban, Vangie Valentine, Miriam Vandergriff, Shirley Vernon, Vivian Vernon, Blossom Vreeland, Irene Wales, Marie Wallace, Betty Webb, Hazel Webb, Madlyn Wells, Fay West, West and McGinty, Edna Wheaton, Margie Whittington, Lois Wilde, Betty Williams, Willy, Elsie Woodall. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..
  • (1923) Stage: Wrote (w/Gene Buck) sketches for / appeared in "Ziegfeld Follies of 1923" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Victor Herbert, Rudolf Friml and Dave Stamper. Lyrics by Gene Buck. Musical Director: Oscar Radin. Additional music by Joseph McCarthy, Harry Tierney, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Blanche Merrill, Leo Edwards, Gabriel Daray, Edgar Leslie, Benton Ley, Lee David and Ambrose Thomas. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre: 20 Oct 1923-10 May 1924 (233 performances). Cast: Bernice Ackerman, Ethel Allis, Ruth Andrae, Wilma Ansell, Mary Bancroft, Virginia Beardsley, Doris Bennett, Mildred Billert, Lois Blackburn, Fanny Brice, Dorothy Brown, Lilly Burgess, Catherine Burke, Marie Callahan, Cynthia Cambridge, Louise Carlton, Joan Carter Waddell, Gladys Coburn, Hettie Cooper, Roy Cropper, Margaret Cummings, Marie Dahm, Helena D'Algy, May Daw, Claire DeFitamiere, Ferral Dewees, Harland Dixon, Helen Dobbins, Andre Dumont, Paulette Duval, Dorothy Ellis, Gladys Ellison, Helen Ellsworth, Alberta Faust, Hilda Ferguson, Mme. Florianne, Harriet Fowler, Catherine Gallimore, Millie Glossop, Florentine Gosnova, Hetty Graham, Roberta Grant, Sarah Granzow, Nelle Greasley, Beryl Halley, Marion Hamilton, Helen Henderson, Jean Henderson, Lew Hearn, Norah Jackson, Brooke Johns, Mary Julian, Bob Karna, Elizabeth Kay, Winnie Keane, Dorothy Kelsall, Flo Kennedy, Emma Klige, Alice Knowlton, Florence Kolinsky, Margaret Langhorne, Edna Leedom, Marjorie Leet, Linda, Virginia Magee, Maud Mansfield, Harriet Marned, Phyllis Mawer, Irma McShane, Lily McWilliams, Janet Megrew, Goodie Montgomery, Inez Moreno, Rita Moriarty, Polly Nally, Alma Nash, Raymond O'Brian, Gladys Peterson, Martha Pierre, Robert Quinault, Violet Regal, Billy Revel, Addie Rolfe, William Roselle, Iris Rowe, Gertrude Selden, Peggy Shannon, Heloise Sheppard, Harry Short, Margaret Sloan, Dave Stamper, Olga Steck, Charlotte Suddath, Beatrice Thorburn, Billie Tichenor, Dorothy Van Alst, Feon Vanmar, Hazel Vergess, Vivian Vernon, Hap Ward, Betty Warrington, Nondas Wayne, Marjorie Weaver, Arthur West, Elsie Westcott, Bert Wheeler, Betty Wheeler, Paul Whiteman, Paul Whiteman's Orchestra, Lois Wilde, Doris Wilson, Dottie Wilson, Imogene Wilson, Lily Winton, Stella Wooten, Helen Lee Worthing, Alexander Yarkovleff, Ruth Zoakay. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.
  • (1923) Stage: Appeared (as "Kid Boots, Caddy Master") in "Kid Boots" on Broadway. Musical comedy ["A Musical Comedy of Palm Beach and Golf"]. Music by Harry Tierney. Material by William Anthony McGuire and Otto A. Harbach. Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy. Musical Direction by Louis Gress. Music orchestrated by Frank E. Barry. Directed by Edward Royce. Earl Carroll Theatre (moved to The Selwyn Theatre from 1 Sep 1924-close): 31 Dec 1923-21 Feb 1925 (489 performances). Cast: Mary Eaton, Jack Andrews, Dove Atkinson, Robert Barrat (as "Randolph Valentine"), Beth Beri, William Blett, Eugenie Brew, Violet Brown, Marie Callahan, Eleanor Dell, Doris Dixon, Harland Dixon, Elizabeth Dougher, Juanita Erickson, Rass Erickson, Paul Everton, Harry Fender, Joan Gardner, Mareta George, Pearl Germond, Thomas Green, Betty Grey, Eunice Hall, Carlos Hatvary, Jobyna Howland, Sonia Ivanoff, Gladys Keck, Lloyd Keyes, Lily Kimari, Sylvia Kingsley, Edna Locke, Jessie Madison, William Maguire, Alma Mamay, Muriel Manners, Morton McConnachie, Frances McHugh (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Madelyn Morrisey, Victor Munroe, Dennis Murray, Polly O'Claire, George Olsen, John Patterson, Jessie Payne, Elva Pomfret, Violet Regal, Waldo Roberts [Broadway debut], Jack Rutherford (credited as John Rutherford; as "Harold Regan, champion of Everglades Golf Club"), Evelyn Sayers, Harry Short, Carolyn Smith, Robert Spencer, Diana Stegman, Katharine Stuart, Ayres Tavitt, Mrs. Taylor, Carola Taylor, Ethelind Terry, Blossom Vreeland, Dick Ware, Florence Ware, Rella Winn, Velma Ziegler, Frank Zolt. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. NOTES: (1) This production was one of the biggest hits of the Roaring '20s and is considered by many to be the quintessential Jazz Age Broadway musical. (2) Filmed as Kid Boots (1926).
  • (1927) Stage: Wrote (w/Harold Atteridge) book for / appeared in "Ziegfeld Follies of 1927" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music / lyrics by Irving Berlin. Musical Direction by Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Ferde Grofé Sr., Arthur Gutman, Louis Katzman, Paul Lannin, Frank Tours and Roy Webb. Featuring songs by Bill Munro. Directed by Sammy Lee, E.B. 'Zeke' Colvan and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.. New Amsterdam Theatre: 16 Aug 1927-7 Jan 1928 (167 performances). Cast: Jean Ackerman, Pirkko Ahlquist, Wilma Ansell, Jean Audree, Anita Avila, Franklyn Bauer, Dorothy Bauman, Leo Bill, Bonnie Blackwood, Antoinette Boots, Helen Hayes Brown, Genevieve Browne, The Brox Sisters, Gloria Bujee, Edna Bunte, Dorothy Burr, Bobbie Campbell, Kae Carroll, Olga Chalmers, Peggy Chamberlin, Paul Chezzi, Lillian Clark, Babe Colby, Ripples Covert, Eileen Cullen, Mignon Dallette, Myrna Darby, Claudia Dell, Irene Delroy, Dorothy Donahue, Mary Donahue, Pauline Dove, Alma Drange, Anna Dumar, Cliff Edwards, Ruth Etting, Fairchild & Rainger, Murrel Finely, Grace Fleming, Lora Foster, Amy Frank, Vera Fredericks, Marie Gale, Rose Gale, Paul Ghezzi, Doreen Glover, Rita Glynde, Frances Gorton, Evelyn Graves, Velma Grimm, Edith Hayward, Dan Healy, Ross Hines, Edna Wallace Hopper, The Ingenues, Bob Ingersoll, Mary Irwin, Madeline Janis, Billie Jenks, Paula Jones, Bettye Junod, Helen Kaiser, Lily Kimari, Lydia Krashinsky, Kathleen Krosby, Ida Lanvin, Marjorie Leet, Frances Leighton, Marguerite Lichti, Claire Luce, Polly Luce, Marie Marceline, Margaret Mayer, Harry McNaughton, Beth Milton, Mixi, Catherine Moylan, Bonnie Murray, Myrio and Desha, Marie Novak, Agnes O'Laughlin, Blanche Olsen, Peggy O'Neil, Nona Otero, Jessie Payne, Frank Phillips, Nickie Pitell, Alice Pleis, Louise Powell, William H. Power, Albertina Rasche Girls, Gladys Rennick, Anita Rice, Kathryn Ringquist, Virginia Roberts, Olga Royce, Lee Russell, Dorothy Ryan, Phil Ryley, Blanche Satchell, Bunny Schum, Mickie Seiden, Tommie Shannon, Frank Sherlock, Al Siegel, Mina Smith, Mina Sorel, Laura Standish, Cora Stephens, Jack Stevens, Wanda Stevenson, Norma Taylor, Andrew Tombes, Nildred Turner, Frances Upton, Blossom Vreeland, Florence Ward, Marion Wellman, Lucy Westgate, Gertrude Williams, Frances Woodward, Gladys Young. Produced by Abraham L. Erlanger and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.
  • (1928) Stage: Appeared in "Whoopee!" on Broadway.l Musical comedy. Material adaption by / dialogue directed by William Anthony McGuire. Based on "The Nervous Wreck" by Owen Davis. Music by Walter Donaldson. Lyrics by Gus Kahn. Musical Director: Gustave Salzer. Directed by / Dances and Ensembles Staged by Seymour Felix. New Amsterdam Theatre: 4 Dec 1928- 23 Nov 1929 (407 performances). Cast: Jean Ackerman, Josephine Adair, Sylvia Adam, Colette Ayers, Agnes Ayres, Mabel Baade, Peggy Bancroft, Elsie Behrens, Olive Brady, Ann Brown, Dorothy Brown, Sam Bunin, Katherine Burke, Spencer Charters, Chief Caupolican, Frank Colletti, Marie Conway, Mary Coyle, Myrna Darby, Ruth Downey, Betty Dumbris, Madeline Dunbar, Buddy Ebsen, Bill Erickson, Ruth Etting, Harold Ettos, Muriel Flood, Hazel Forbes, Bob Forte, Tamara Geva, Jack Gifford, Gladys Glad, Betty Gray, Muriel Gray, Paul Gregory, Edouard Grobe, Francis Guinan, Albert Hackett (as "Chester Underwood"), Vivian Hall, James P. Houston, Meredith Howard, Don Hudson, Tom Hughes, Yvonne Hughes, Elenor Hunt, George Huntington, Jack James, Mary Jane, Louise Joyce, Lillian Knight, David Labris, Wynne Lark, Helen Lehigh, Tom Leventhal, Jack Lewis, Olga Loft, Elaine Mann, Chas. Mayon, Freda Mierse, Frieda Mierse, Gwendolyn Milne, Joe Minitello, Louis Morrell, Catherine Moylan, Edward Nadeau, Pat O'Day, Agnes O'Laughlin, Lillian Ostrum, Connie Owens, Dorothy Paterson, Dorothy Patterson, Charles Pettinger, Will H. Philbrick, Valerie Raemier, Pauline Ray, Bob Rice, Rita Riecker, Marion Roberts, Waldo Roberts, Jerry Rogers, Irving Ross, Jack Rutherford, Jack Shaw, Ethel Shutta, Adele Smith, Frances Upton, Helen Walsh, Matt Webster, Bobbe Weeks, Bobbie Wellsley, Gil White. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.. NOTE: Filmed as Whoopee! (1930).
  • (1929) Stage: Co-wrote (w/Earl Carroll, Sidney Skolsky) book for "Earl Carroll's Sketch Book" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music / lyrics by E.Y. Harburg and Jay Gorney. Conceived by / Production Supervised by / Produced by Earl Carroll. Additional text by Eddie Welch. Additional numbers by Billy Rose, Vincent Rose, Harry Tobias, Charles Tobias, Benny Davis, Ted Snyder, Renee Russell, Charles L. Sansone, Irving Kahal, Arnold Johnson, Jean Hubert, Irving Actman and Abner Silver. Music orchestration by Domenico Savino. Choreography by LeRoy Prinz. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor. Earl Carroll Theatre (moved to The 44th Street Theatre from 30 Sep 1929-Mar 1930, then moved to The 46th Street Theatre from 10 Mar 1930-close): 1 Jul 1929-7 Jun 1930 (392 performances). Cast: Irene Ahlberg, Eleanor Ahren, Violet Arnold, Faith Bacon, Harry Blue, Dorothy Britton, Marian Carew, Dorothy Carroll, Slim Cavanaugh, Catherine Clark, Elsie Connor, Evelyn Crowell, Janet Currie, Nancy Decker, Frances Delacy, William Demarest (in "Ensemble"), Grace Du Faye, Sammy Duncan, Carlton Emmy, Maryjo Engers, Ann Faye, Collette Francis, Dorothea Frank, Estelle Fratus, Louise Garnett, Bob Geraghty, George Givot, Marion Harcke, Angeline Hassel, Eileen Healy, Don Howard, Bert Jason, Renee Johnson, Frances Joyce, Margaret Joyce, Henrietta Kay, Patsy Kelly, Nelda Kincaid, Will Mahoney, Mary Masher, Vera Milton, Odessa Morgan, Marion O'Day, Omar, Catherine O'Neil, Irma Philbin, Peggy Purcell, Blanche Reeves, Bob Robson, Etna Ross, Winifred Starr, Rita Stone, Three Sailors, Phelps Twins, Beryl Wallace, Flo Ward, Eileen Wenzel, Diana White, Vivian Wilson, Coly Worth, Gracie Worth.
  • (1931) Stage: Appeared in "Eddie Cantor at The Palace" on Broadway. Special Presentation. Palace Theatre: 31 Oct 1931-unknown (unknown performances).
  • (1941) Stage: Appeared (as "Erwin Trowbridge") in "Banjo Eyes" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by Vernon Duke. Book by Joseph Quillan and Irving Elinson [credited as Izzy Elinson]. Lyrics by John La Touche. Additional lyrics by Harold Adamson. Based on "Three Men on a Horse" by John Cecil Holm and George Abbott. "We Did It Before" by Charles Tobias and Cliff Friend. Orchestrations supervised by Domenico Savino. Music arranged by Domenico Savino and Charles L. Cooke. Vocal arrangements by Buck Warnick. The De Marco's arrangements by Alan Moran. Featuring songs by George Sumner. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Lighting Design by / Directed by Hassard Short. Hollywood Theatre: 25 Dec 1941-12 Apr 1942 (126 performances). Cast: Ray Arnett, E.J. Blunkall, Betty Boyce, Norma Brown, Audrey Christie, June Clyde, Jimmy Corke, Kay Coulter, Ronnie Cunningham, Sally De Marco, Tony De Marco, Doris Dowling, Clark Eggleston (as "Boy"; final Broadway role), Carle Erbele, John Ervin, James Farrell, Florence Foster, Kate Friedlich, Chick Gagnon, Grace Gilren, Anne Graham, Arthur Grahl, Linda Griffeth, Miriam Gwinn, Ray Harrison, Doug Hawkins, Mitzi Haynes, Peggy Ann Holmes, Virginia Howe, Helene Hudson, Adele Jergens, Bill Johnson, Ray Johnson, Doris Kent, George Lovesee, Lynn, Royce, and Vanya, Lynn Malone, Rayford Malone, Joseph Malvin, Remi Martel, Ray Mayer, Morton Mayo (as "Banjo Eyes"), Virginia Mayo (as "Ginger, The Girl with "Banjo Eyes"), John McCord, Jack Nagle, Leona Olsen, George Richmond, Tina Rigat, Richard Rober, Sherry Shadburne, Phil Shafer, Billy Skipper Jr., Puddy Smith, Lionel Stander (as "Patsy"), Jacqueline Susann (as "Miss Clark"), Shirl Thomas, Marie Vanneman, Mimi Walthers, Ray Weamer, Evelyn Weiss, Audrey Westphal, Tommy Wonder, Margie Young. Produced by Albert Lewis.
  • (1946) Stage: Produced (final Broadway credit; w/Nat Karson) "Nellie Bly" on Broadway. Musical. Music by Jimmy Van Heusen. Book by Joseph Quillan. Lyrics by Johnny Burke. Musical Director: Charles Drury. Choreography by Edward Caton and Lee Sherman. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor. Adelphi Theatre: 21 Jan 1946-2 Feb 1946 (16 performances). Cast: Walter Armin (as "Pulitzer" / "French Mayor"), Suzie Baker, Artells Dickson, William Gaxton (as "Frank Jordan"), Joy Hodges (as "Nellie Bly"), Victor Moore (as "Phineas T. Fogarty"), Harry Murray (as "Deckhand" / "Official"), William O'Shay, Fred Peters, Edward Robins, Lubov Roudenko, Drucilla Strain, Robert Strauss, Larry Stuart, Doris Sward, The Debonnaires, Jack Voeth, Jack Whitney.
  • (1943( Book: "World's Book of Best Jokes". World Publishing Co., New York. ASIN: B0007EJ6YA.
  • (1957) Wrote introduction for "No Man Stands Alone: The True Story of Barney Ross" by Barney Ross.
  • Biography (of Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.): "Ziegfeld, the Great Glorifier".
  • (1931) Book (w/David Freedman): "Yoo-Hoo, Prosperity!". New York: Simon & Schuster.
  • (9/27/43) Radio: Appeared (as "Himself" / "Joe Simpson") in a "Screen Guild Theater" broadcast of "Thank Your Lucky Stars".
  • (10/12/43) Radio: Appeared in the "Eddie Cantor Stays for Dinner" episode of "The Burns & Allen Show".
  • (12/26/46) Radio: Appeared on the "Christmas Presents" episode of "The Burns & Allen Show".
  • (4/21/49) Radio: Appeared in the "Burns & Allen Show".
  • (1929) Book: "Caught Short! A Saga of Wailing Wall Street". Illustrated by Sid L. Hydeman. Simon & Schuster, New York. ISBN-10: 0766160211/ISBN-13: 978-0766160217. Reprinted by Kessinger Publishing (May 2003).
  • (5/9/21-5/23/21) Stage: Appeared in "Midnight Rounders," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH.
  • (3/27/22) Stage: Appeared in "Make It Snappy," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH.
  • (10/9/22) Stage: Appeared in "Make It Snappy," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH.

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